- 1/2 cup quick cooking oats (regular plain old Quaker is what we used)
- 1 cup vanilla yogurt (we used HyVee brand. Feel free to use plain. The original recipe called for Greek.)
- 2 eggs
- 3/4 cup sugar
- 1/2 teaspoon baking powder
- 1/2 teaspoon baking soda
- 2 bananas (ripe)
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Etta King a month ago
Tbis recipie is a bit confusing. you have 2 diffrent ingredents list the one that first comes up and the list the list that comes up with the directions. my muffens were a bit gooy in the middle and almost burnt on the outside.
Sheri-berri a month ago
I made these exactly as the recipe said, they were perfect !!! Husband absolutely loved them 👍👍 for the bananas I also used my ninja food processor and blended the bananas instead of mashing them. Worked a treat 😍
Julia 4 months ago
So good love it it’s my third time making this now I’m gonna add walnuts
Cara a year ago
It’s better than the flour version the kids say, of course I added chocolate chips
Jayne K. a year ago
Amazing! Really really tasty
Joe Zahn a year ago
We loved these for a quick breakfast and coffee on a busy weekend morning.
Patty M. a year ago
Great simple ingredients easy to make added chocolate chips to the top
Anthony Pala a year ago
They didn’t rise, but they were really, really good.
Heather L. a year ago
flavor was basically a sweetened banana. turned out more of a mush with a slightly burnt top. would not recommend.
Nancy Boehm 2 years ago
These muffins are very easy to make and are very moist. I added raisins and since I couldn’t find my coffee grinder, I used the food processor to make the oat flour. Everyone loved them.
Adriana A. 2 years ago
They turned out so good! Added mini chocolate chips!
Angela H. 2 years ago
Delicious, moist and healthy!
Daniela Reiner 2 years ago
This recipe is great! The muffins turned out so delicious! Very soft! I'm a beginner to cooking and baking, so I usually burn a lot of things when I cook, especially when I try to learn a new recipe, but I actually did good this time! It was a very easy recipe to follow. There was no mess. Instead of heating my oven to 400°, I put it at 300° (because I tend to burn a lot of things when I bake). My recipe took the exact same amount it took the creator of the recipe, (it took her a little more than 20 mins). I used dark brown cane sugar instead if regular sugar, and I did not have a grinder for the oats, but I used something else in my kitchen to grind them. I recommend this recipe!
Ditte D. 2 years ago
I found the muffins hard to bake, it was difficult nowing when the where done (even though I followed the recipe) They turned out okay, though I'm not sure I'll make this again
Ashley 2 years ago
I used Coconut flour in place of ground up oatmeal. I'll see how they turn out!
Thom M. 2 years ago
These are great! I also subbed half of the sugar for apple sauce and added blueberries inside to try that out, those were also great
Davis 2 years ago
Yum yum, i love these muffins. I made and i added zucchini to my second batch and they are wonderful! Thanks for the recipe
Kendra Barnes 2 years ago
Made for my boyfriend and his son. An absolute hit . Very easy also. I added some granola on top before baking to add crunch. For healthier version, I don't think much sugar is needed. I make pancakes similar and will start grinding the oats for those . Yum!
Dulce Mercy 2 years ago
I just made these and had one. I already want another one. I swapped out half cup of sugar for apple sauce. And instead of 1/4 sugar, I used raw honey. I think this recipe is missing is some salt. Also, recipe has to be edited to include the 2 cups of oats that are missing. The next time I make these, I will add chia seeds.
Andrew R. 2 years ago
Delicious! Must follow the directions from the website, not Yummly. The recipe actually calls for 2.5 cups of oats